Spectrum-S4 JV Wins Spot on $851M AF Acquisition, Engineering IDIQ; Chandu Shah Comments

Chandu Shah

A Spectrum and S4 Inc. joint venture has won a prime position on a potential $851 million contract to provide acquisition and engineering services to the U.S. Air Force.

SpectrumS4 said it will also provide the branch related technical advisory and assistance services under the potential five-year Engineering & Technology Acquisition Support Services II contract.

S4 President and CEO Chandu Shah said in a release the company S4 has previously worked with the electronic systems center at Hanscom Air Force, Mass., home to the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.

Work under this indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covers provisioning and logistics support, modeling and simulation, configuration and data management, architectural support, test and evaluation, security engineering and certification, capability based planning and integrated planning and scheduling.

Spectrum is also a member of an S4-led prime contracting team on a $262 million contract for technical and advisory services at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo.

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